TORONTO -- After the Celtics suffered their worst loss of the season, a 118-95 drubbing at the hands of the conference rival Raptors, Boston starting shooting guard Marcus Smart said the team "is just not together," in contrast to the Celtics' squads in recent seasons that exceeded expectations.
"What are the main ingredients to those collapses? Not being together," Smart said. "And that's it. We're just not together. Plain and simple. That's it. Because if we were together that wouldn't happen. We're all talking and linking up, but like I said, it's something we're going through, and it's something we're going to have to continue to work at and figure it out.